Tonie Roux
Full names: Ockert Antonie
Date of birth: 22 Feb 1947
Place of birth: Pretoria
School: Afrikaans Hoër Seunskool
Springbok no: 426
Debut test province: Northern Transvaal
Physical: 1.86m, 76.63kg
Current age: 71

Test summary: Tests: 7 Tries: 0
First Test: 6 Dec 1969 Age:22 Outside Centre against Scotland at Murrayfield, Edinburgh
Last Test: 27 Jul 1974 Age:27 Full Back against Britain at Ellispark, Johannesburg
Test history:
06 Dec 196922Outside CentreScotlandLose: 3-6 Murrayfield, EdinburghN-Tvl
20 Dec 196922Outside CentreEnglandLose: 8-11 Twickenham, LondonN-Tvl
10 Jan 197022Outside CentreIrelandDraw: 8-8 Aviva Stadium (Lansdowne Road), DublinN-Tvl
24 Jan 197022Outside CentreWalesDraw: 6-6 Millenium Stadium (Cardiff Arms Park), CardiffN-Tvl
03 Jun 197225Outside CentreEnglandLose: 9-18 Ellispark, JohannesburgN-Tvl
13 Jul 197427Full BackBritainLose: 9-26 Boet Erasmus, Port ElizabethN-Tvl
27 Jul 197427Full BackBritainDraw: 13-13 Ellispark, JohannesburgN-Tvl

WINLESS ROUX : Eddie Grieb & Stuart Farmer

Ockert Antonie 'Tonie' Roux, the Northern Transvaal centre/fulllback, never tasted that winning feeling in seven Springbok test caps between 1969 and 1974, although incredibly three of those matches were drawn. His test career began with a defeat to Scotland at Murrayfield, a loss to England and draws with Ireland and Wales. He was then on the losing side against England at Ellis Park in 1972, and during the 1974 visit of the British Lions he was recalled for the 3rd and 4th tests, which ended in a defeat and a draw. Roux was an unused bench replacement a further 13 times in which South Africa had a record of 11 won, 1 drawn, and 1 lost.